They either use it or they use it, or they don’t.
Harold Zimmerman created a mixer that contained cement, water sand, stone and sand separately, then mixed them in the field. It has many advantages for your workers. It stays dry up to the point of use. You don’t have to worry about waiting in the traffic jam with a huge load of concrete that’s spinning and curing in the back.
The proven technology behind Volumetric Mixers
Zimmerman created his first volumetric mixer in 1965. They are an energy-efficient alternative for drum-mixers. They can mix different kinds of concrete using identical materials. Users program their computer to deliver the volumetric concrete mix according to the needs.
Mixers that are volumetric also cost less to the consumer. The concrete ingredients remain separate and are blended on site. Customers pay for what they mix.
This article will provide information about the use of the volumetric concrete mixers used in construction.